Play Ball! High school baseball summer league starts this week

By Travis Jaudon/For Prep Sports Report | June 7, 2022

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Jenkins High School’s baseball program is hosting a summer baseball league for local teams beginning this week with a pair of games on Wednesday, June 8 at Terry Webb Baseball Field on the HVJ campus.


Benedictine and Jenkins will play the first of the pair of games on Wednesday. First pitch is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Calvary Day and St. Andrew’s are set for a 3 p.m. first pitch.


Other teams will be playing in the league, which is set to run through at least June, but the primary teams are: Benedictine, Calvary, Jenkins, St. Andrew’s and Memorial Day. Games scheduled for Monday, June 20 will be rescheduled.


All games are open and free to the public, and concessions will be available at the games. For a full schedule of the June games, read below.



12:30 – Benedictine v Jenkins 

3:00 – Calvary v St. Andrew’s


12:30 – Jenkins v Calvary

3:00 – St. Andrew’s v Memorial Day


12:30 – St. Andrew’s v Jenkins

3:00 – Calvary v Mix Squad

JUNE 20*

12:30 – Jenkins v Benedictine

3:00 – St. Andrew’s v Calvary


12:30 – Mix Squad v Jenkins

3:00 – Jenkins v St. Andrew’s



HVJ baseball will also be hosting summer baseball camps this year, after having to cancel previous summer camps due to COVID-19 restrictions.


The Warrior Baseball Summer Camp will be held June 27-29 for players aged 6-14. Registration cost is $125 and interested players can sign up by emailing head coach Seth Gaspin at


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